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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 "ll MIHBRIDGE 1IESAID Wnifni-silny. April MTWINK HAT KT1 A Mulling hy .'I industry in this i" nver riir fr-c is forecast' )jy r.Mripnny L-xuailive. L R L' T MeCullougli, vice- [irt'siciuii -if Allieila Kasteni U'f 'it ;I11 interview !HTT (-Kit ML or an in-depth i.i- foresees the '.veils HUT the next fi'i c Tilt uittun uliii'li I ho ririllii'.: t.ikc1 place stretch- es 75 miles west nf h i1 f f. in Snsk., 40 miles I-.'IN; Medicine I fat, and K rii the norili by the Red Dfci River and on (he vmili hy i In- Soulh Saskatch- ewan River which flows through tiie city. i He estimated the indirect fi- luineijil bcnrfil i" Hat, tin1 liuh nf tiie nrea. could Ijr S7.770 prr nr a lo tal uf Mr, McCulloiiLili ('''ovon reserves in the Four I proposed amendments to (he Sodai Development Act were j first reading In the Al- legislature. Neil Crawford, minister of Hie oilier person or to an In- stitution. Proposed guidelines lo the disclosure of confidential infor- cial allowance payments are Is- sued on a payroll basis through the government's data centre, 'bis can only he done where Ihc circumstances of the recipi- motion would set out persons en( have become stable, and authority's to whom infor- ON THE RUN The North Vietnamese en me down like n on file fold ond the people in Soulh Vietnam are gelling out any woy rhey can Irucks, bicycles, f oof power. health and .social development. .said the definition oE a depen.' dent would he expanded to in- clude a child who is over the of 1G hul wlio is not attend- ing school and who is unem- ployable. By cillowlng a social allow- ance to be paid in the case of an older eluhl not living away from home, family units were more likely to he kept together. Mr. Crawford said that where parents are unable or unwilling to care properly for their cliil- dren and the children are in the home of another person, an amendment would allow for a social allowance to be paid to mation could he disclosed. Oth- erwise, confidential information could be disclosed only upon the written consent of the min- ister or an authorized official. Whore a person initially ap- plies for assistance, he said, thorn is o period of adjustment. Usually the person has nn im- mediate need lhat cannot be met by the payroll system. The last amendment would The new payment plan would provide for a system of issuing change- tho existing voucher social allowance cheques' system used to provide social through regional offices. assistance until Mr. Crawford snid that al- amount of assistance though a portion of so- paid. a monthly can be f. 16" LAWN SPREADER Here's an economical all-steel spreader with a hefty 25 Ib. capacity. 8 G. PRO GRASS SEED Our hardy lawn grass mixture 3! an eccnnmy price. j 17 Ib.bag 3 H. COMET ROUND POINT SHOVEL A versatile high quality shovel that nvery homeowner will find useful. 3.47 J. COMET BRUME RAKE Make a clean sweep of your lawn with this 22 tooth rake at this bargain price. 2.27 K. WHITE FOLDING GARDEN FENCE ID" high white fencing fits any shape flower bed and folds down for easy storage. Id ft. length 7.97 COAIDAIE, ALTA CORNING WARE TWINSET A fabulous pair at this fabulous pries. One 48 m. and one SB oz. saucepan with covers. A. CGE ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER Convenient folding handle. Sturdy 18" steel deck. Powerful motor for single blade smooth lawn care. 5597 B. 20" GARDEN MASTER ROTARY MOWER 3 h.p. 4 cycle Briggs am) Stratton engine, Recoil start. 7" wheels. Save time and money at this low price. 73 97 C. ECONOMICAL GARDEN WHEELBARROW Lightweight all-steel barrow to make gardening easier ami more fun. 10.97 0. NEW 25" UTILITY SWEEPER Picks up 5K bushels of stones, twigs, leaves and grass clippings all in one pass. E. LAWN GREEN FERTILIZER A complete food lor lawns roses, shrubs and trues. 22 Ih. bag 5 60 GET YOUR SPRING SALE MERCHANDISE At ANY ONE OF THESE PRO HARDWARE STORES 606-608 3rd Avo. 5., Phone 327-5767 NORTH IETHBRIDGE 324 13th Street N., Phone 328-4441 MfiYT'C DOWNTOWN HU I I J 606-608 3rd NORTH IETHBRIDGE nUI I J 324 13lh Street N., MARTENS PRO HDWE. WHITE HARDWARE AITA. SPENCERS PRO HDWE. CARDSION. AITA. STONES SERVICE STORE RAYMOND, AITA VULCAN HARDWARE I.G.S. ENTERPRISES VULCAN, ALTA FERNIE, B.C. Pump in mans DETROIT (AP) A 45-year- .They Indicated tlicv hone old Oregon man was in lien that such operations are Hospital's intensive-care so the pump ean be i'e- here after undergoing a placed hour operation Monday to implant a booster pinnp for operation was the second within eight months by a heart. Hospital officials said it is team headed by Dr. Andrian Kantrowitz. possible to predict Vincenzo Orsi's chances of pump, which takes over Orsi, a retired city engineer from Albany, Ore., had been be-dridtlen for a year before half the heart's work, docs not. cure disease but givca the heart a chance to recover. dergoing the rare in which Milton Nieuwsma, ttie heart-assist clevica tal's public relations as a patch booster is im- told a news conference Orsi first performed on the second palient to Haskell Shanks, who the operation. He said five three months and three operations are planned at he (Ucd from what described as a chest infec- Orsi was listed in and kidney failure. condition although the booster pump, which fits said he was using a the aorta, was invented by A father of four, Orsi has who supervised the fered from a of operation and who also heart muscle since 1903, the pacemaker, an hospital device now used to Officials said the pump heartbeats of potential use of up to five Denturists out in By THE CANADIAN bis conviction on eight Nova Scotia dental technicians have lost their bid to of practising outside the law. He was fined a total of A-f) and make false teeth and them directly to the public, I don't see how privilege lhat only Alberta go down the drain ha British Columbia allow Monday. 'But how arc we Canadian to survive in the mean' Tiie denturists lost out day night when the N.S. said he didn't see "hotf ture in a free vote went dentists can rule peo- against approval in principle in the province." a bill that would have doctors and denlisLi them legal recognition. It the bill, arguing that the second time in tlirce dentunsts was not the such a bill has been to Nova Scotia's press- Denlurist.5 claim they denial problem but would supply dentures at half or to a fragmented profession what a dentist charges. low standards. Some areas dentist in Monday's debate, completely without the serv- Michael Lattin (PC of a dentist. claims were rubbish. He spid passage of the bill would do nothing to lighten the work load of The law that dcntitrists act under the supervision and through a dentist lias been widely disregarded across ada, a recent survey showed. But in some provinces those who sell directly to tho problem have been subject to raids by tire (C'P) Getting detailed information In One such is Darry people need it is a con- president of the Nova problem for Hie unem- Denturists Society, who is insurance com m i s- Anns the Commons labor committee was told today. Manpower Minister B r y c e Mackasey, responsible for the toici the commiUeo effort i.s iieing made to uti- local Canada to provide unemployed workers information ana1 HELSINKI fAP) The in applying for insur- and Soviet delegations to foenefils. strategic arms limitation added tlwt requests (or in- resumed (heir plenary Ural hit a critical today hut. left the in the winter liavs table in (he Soviet reduce lo more managea- after only 30 proportions. Written in- The session was the first have dropped in number nary meeting since (ho chief 60 per cent and telephone in- viet delegate, Vladimir hy 20 per cent. nov, returnee! to Helsinki committee also was told weekend from a surprise visit .1. C. Cliarlebois, director of policy, thai new pam- Conference sources arc being prepared to sized that although the more precise information seventh of this various aspects of the round and (he 120th in fhc y.hicli introduced in (iali was the shortest 1071. this did not reflect the present, he said, it appears stance of the many people (lo not read Conference sources refused pamphlets prepared lo ac- comment on State diem with the workings William Rogers' statement the plan. week lhat President commission's advertising hopes to sign a SALT rlo not include much mcnt during his visit lo on radio and television, added. These do not The next plenary meeting be an effective means of put- scheduled for ApriJ 2fl at across detailed informa- U.S. ;